Camry is a U.S. spec car it was just built in Japan instead of
the U.S. They could have been manufactured in either country.
I have no reason to believe that the suspension is any different as far as
fitting the car, other than maybe the vendors used by the factory are
Looking in other places I have noticed that some U.S. built cars came with
Delco units and the Japanese cars came with Tokico's I think
I know that there is a difference between the SE model and the LE model but
it's because the SE is a bit stiffer I think..ANSWER:
The 2002 Camrys are listed in our online catalog -
The shock companies do not print valving specs, and Toyota probably doesn't either.
So there is no way to know how 'stiff' a unit is valved, regardless of brand or manufacturer.
They are all a twin tube low pressure design, that makes them all essentially the same thing.
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